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[McDonalds] Coupon Hack (Save another 20%-23%)

Only works on self-order kiosk.

1) Open App
2) Use BOGO coupon
3) 1st sandwich choose the cheapest one
4) 2nd sandwich choose the most expensive one
5) You will only pay for the 1st sandwich
6) Can save another $0.50 - $1

You can save more money if you have thick skin.

order 5 or 10 each of the following
7) You can also order some free "coffee cream, sugar packs, and small butter.


Coffee cream = around the same price = $0.08 each
Sugar pack = around the same price = $0.08 each
mini Ketchup = around the same price = $0.08 each
mini butter (120 packs) = $9.97 = $0.08 each


Extra lettuce or tomato used to be free but now they charge another $0.30 - $0.50.
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Thatdealguy wrote:
Mar 18th, 2019 10:27 am
order 5 or 10 each of the following
7) You can also order some free "coffee cream, sugar packs, and small butter.


Coffee cream = around the same price = $0.08 each
Sugar pack = around the same price = $0.08 each
mini Ketchup = around the same price = $0.08 each
mini butter (120 packs) = $9.97 = $0.08 each
This in all likelihood doesn't work. They sometimes don't even fill legit orders, I ordered 2 packs of ketchup and still end up with none occasionally.
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ToniCipriani wrote:
Mar 18th, 2019 10:37 am
This in all likelihood doesn't work. They sometimes don't even fill legit orders, I ordered 2 packs of ketchup and still end up with none occasionally.
That’s true. I tried ordering 30 each and they laughed at me.
I laughed too but they offered me 10 each
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Trying to get free coffee cream and sugar from McDonalds? Wow this might be a new low.
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dethrock wrote:
Mar 18th, 2019 10:39 am
Trying to get free coffee cream and sugar from McDonalds? Wow this might be a new low.
new to RFD, i presume?
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ggs wrote:
Mar 18th, 2019 10:43 am
new to RFD, i presume?
Maybe I'm alone here, but I'm able to see the difference between a deal and being so extremely cheap you're trying to get free condiments from McDonald's.
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Not judging the OP - tons of people take "extra" napkins at fast food places as well, I see it analogous to that.

Personally, I would take extra peanut butter packets at places that have those, because I simply don't consume enough peanut butter to even justify the smallest bottles before they expire. But the other condiments I consume enough to justify buying them.
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TIL you can order condiments at the kiosks.

Now if only you could add more napkins...
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Thanks op for sharing, but way too much work for me.
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Jon Lai wrote:
Mar 18th, 2019 10:51 am
Not judging the OP - tons of people take "extra" napkins at fast food places as well, I see it analogous to that.

Personally, I would take extra peanut butter packets at places that have those, because I simply don't consume enough peanut butter to even justify the smallest bottles before they expire. But the other condiments I consume enough to justify buying them.
'extra' napkins ie they have a bunch of kids and will likely use the napkins up within 5 minutes or 'extra' napkins as in these will be the napkins their 'silver'wear will be placed on for thanksgiving and iis availble in their bathrooms for wiping?
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Growing up, I once saw someone bring in their ketchup bottle to pump at the dispensers.
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veryboredguy wrote:
Mar 18th, 2019 10:59 am
'extra' napkins ie they have a bunch of kids and will likely use the napkins up within 5 minutes or 'extra' napkins as in these will be the napkins their 'silver'wear will be placed on for thanksgiving and iis availble in their bathrooms for wiping?
I've heard a lot of people like to keep a stash of McDonalds napkins in the car. Personally, I have a kleenex box instead.
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DarkReaper wrote:
Mar 18th, 2019 11:05 am
Growing up, I once saw someone bring in their ketchup bottle to pump at the dispensers.
I believe this is why Costco started storing the sauerkraut and onions behind the counter at the hot dog stand.
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Lol who am I kidding, I'll be doing the "Thin Skin Kiosk Special™" tonight...

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